Endpoint CS:GO news
by Ciaran Jackman in
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Endpoint have secured their 10th ESL Premiership title, defeating Viperio 3-2 in a marathon five-map series to claim the 2022 ESL Premiership Autumn.

Endpoint’s domination of the UK Counter-Strike scene has continued after winning their eighth ESL Premiership in a row.

They were the highest-ranked team participating in the event (no.52 in the world), so they were the favourites to take out the event from the very beginning.

Over 100 places in the world rankings separated the finalists, with Viperio ranked 181st in the world, but the outsiders showed up, taking the first map to the 29th round, eventually going down 16-13 on Nuke.

After the first map it looked as though the favourites would go on to take an easy 3-0 victory, but Viperio equalised the series at one-all after they took Endpoint’s map pick of Ancient 16-13.

The third map was Vertigo, Viperio’s second map pick, and we got another close game as the outsiders saluted 16-13 once again.

Endpoint may not have been at their best in this series, due to them having to play with a stand-in, Thomas “Thomas” Utting, but after the map three loss, the tournament favourites went to another level for maps four and five.

Endpoint won the last two maps, Mirage (16-11) and Inferno (16-9), quite comfortably to win their 10th ESL Premiership title and book their spot in the ESL Pro League Conference Season 17.

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